Rachel Gilinski

Rachel Gilinski is an undergraduate student at Yeshiva University. She loves rugelach, Legally Blonde, buying books she'll likely never read, and, unfortunately, lashon hara.

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Preserving Tradition, Rejecting Extremism

Chochmat Nashim creates a balance between keeping our traditions alive and not succumbing to extremism in order to protect them.

Yitro, and the Value of Family

Ask yourself: are you so close to the people you consider family that you’re almost like one person with one heart?

Bo, and Passing Judaism Down

To keep Judaism alive, it’s not enough to learn it for yourself. You must pass it down as well.

Va’eira, and Going Above and Beyond

Be extra.

Getting the Hang of New Year Resolutions

Resolutions are, technically, a Jewish practice too

Vayechi, And Forgiving Yourself

Learning to forgive yourself is hard, but worth it.

What Your Favorite Sufganiyah Filling Says About You

Sufganiyot, a.k.a. fried doughnuts usually with some kind of filling inside them, are a Hanukkah…

Vayeshev, and Following Your Dreams

What is a dream? Anyway, follow yours.